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. those delays disappointed investors. >> there's a short window of opportunity. remember samsung is getting ready for its brand new launch of its new samsung galaxy s4. apple is actually bringing the launch of next iphone 5s. so, the sooner they get it out the better. >> reporter: once out, they will be available on all major u.s. carriers, and it looks like the subsidized price will range from $149 to $199. still, will people beyond diehard blackberry fans actually buy the phones? >> start with suzanne's question i was a long time blackberry user. about a year ago, i finally switched. why should i switch back? >> you know the famous home button on the bottom of the device, you don't need this anymore. you don't go in and out of applications. you have it all at your fingertips at the same time. and you can take action on it without opening any other applications. >> reporter: but, if you're worried that blackberry isn't hip enough for you, the company had one more surprise: a new addition to its payroll. our new global creative director, ms. alicia keys. >> they did a very nice j
for excitement and success, we are not taking they will overtake apple or samsung. if a chief 5% market share, a home run. >> a far cry from the glory days when their shares peaked at over 48 canadian dollars. today, they are around 15 canadian dollars. that is a fall of 87% in just over five years. >> it is unlikely they will ever be a leader because google and apple, they have so much momentum. the opportunity is to make to become the third ecosystem. >> introducing the blackberry helmet. >> a humorous note to how addictive we were to blackberry. in technology, fortunes rise and fall fast food to the question is, can blackberry's fortunes rise again? -- in technology, fortunes rise and fall fast. the question is, can blackberry's fortunes rise again? >> the injury suffered by an activist in pakistan were so intense that a piece of her skull ended up in her abdomen. now, they will prepare to remove it and put it back in her skull. the doctors said she had made a remarkable recovery. >> her injury was life- threatening. a recovery so far is described as remarkable. weeks after malala yousafza
of a disappointment. it'll compete in price with the iphone and samsung galaxy, and we think it'll have less of a chance of converting those customers over." monday, the current ticker symbol will change from rim to bbry. the stock, which surged 140% in anticipation of the launch, wound up losing 12%, down $1.88 per share. many have called this a hail mary pass for blackberrym, which fits with an expensive ad buy during the super bowl. the company also introduced singer- songwriter alicia keys as its global creative director. a bankruptcy court will consider a proposal today that could return missing money to mf global investors. farmers and other investors lost mllions of dollars when the brokerage firm fell apart in 2011. regulators uncovered $1.6 billion trapped in wire transfers. the new york times is calling today's court proceedings a turning point in the case. boeing's ceo is confident investigations will reveal the source of the dreamliner's problems, but won't say how long that will take. joe schwieterman, an airline analyst, predicts pressure from airlines may get the planes back i
's bachelor pad to an l.a. apartment. we replaced joe's smart phone with a samsung galaxy ii from straight talk wireless. he'll get the same great nationwide coverage for half the cost. let's see if he notices. everyone noticed. joe saved $950 a year. enough to buy some sweet mother of glory pyrotechnics. rock on, abigail. rock on. same phones, same networks. half the cost. a samsung galaxy s ll with unlimited everything just $45 a month. straight talk wireless. only at walmart. [ nyquil bottle ] just reading your label. wait...you relieve nasal congestion? sure don't you? [ nyquil bottle ] dude! [ female announcer ] tylenol® cold multi-symptom nighttime relieves nasal congestion. nyquil® cold and flu doesn't. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] nothing gets you going quite like the power of quaker. today is going to be epic. quaker up. wthe sadness, anxiety,e pleasthe loss of interest. today is going to be epic. the fatigue and aches and pains. depression hurts. cymbalta can help with many symptoms of depression. tell your doctor right away if your depression worsens, you have unusual
to start with samsung. it's a great example of how much tv you get for your money. a 650 tv set. it has very good picture. uses the technology called plasma which is the technology that is very beautiful deep blacks, and it's also got -- gerri: typically the criticism of these tvs, is that the blacks were gray. >> very black, and you can see well. the picture is bright from any angle with a plasma set, which is important for something like a super bowl party. everybody can see even if they're in the kitchen getting a drink while there's a touchdown. $650, 51 inches. move up, spend twice as much as that, the lg. the lg, 55 inch set. now, this uses lcd technology which is the most common technology in televisions. really nice and bright,, but not quite as black. this is a very good set. $1200, you add in -- gerri: why does it cost twice as much? >> it's bigger and adds online access. you can go to netflix and so on with this tv set. really a nice performer. additional features that the samsung does not. gerri: pansonic. >> it's the impress your neighbor's set. it's $2500 -- gerri: 3700 >>
the way to the bank. apple has real competition from samsung, with an android operating system from the visionaries at google. sure the market's big, but samsung's beating apple in cell phone share and perhaps more important, apple's phones may not be good enough to take that share back. tablets are terrific. but apple's lost the invinceability that extends to the tablet market. apple has compounded the problem by releasing a faulty map app, a new cord, and i like the old one, and a disliked itunes iteration. it's no longer the only game in town. amazon's total addressable market if it can perfect same-day delivery, which it is going to do with all of these warehouses, is literally all of retail, everything, everything sold at costco, walmart, supermarket, department store, food store, hardware store around the globe. maybe one day amazon will sell houses and boats if u.p.s. can figure out a way to deliver them. the addressable market may be no larger than the personal computer and cell phone replacement segment. and many think in a few years, those markets will be saturated. nobody
. >> samsung. >> rose: samsung is coming on strong. they're the star of place where's you used to make big speeches. >> none of them understand software that deals complex information, like microsoft does. in fact, really only of those, google is the only one that is it are movie a software company. and so the good news for mace is that the magic of the future-- visual recognition, speech recognition, letting you navigate rich amounts of information-- that is very software centric. and the needs services, your memories, that will be kept in the cloud for you. that kind of plays to microsoft's strepgz. now, we need to show people that's the case by building these wonderful new cloud services. if you want to look at what your kids did or what you did in the past, now it's so hard. you've got photos here leathers there, bills over here. it's completely disorganized. in the future, with the right privacy controls which is a tricky part of it, your whole life of where you went, going back and sharing things with others you think they would be interested in. it's going to be utterly different. w
closed down 12%. >>> judge said no to apple and samsung today. apple wanted an increase in damages. but the judge rejected the request. she also rejected a request for a new trial but hasn't issued a request to reduce the damage judgment. apple is pressing new charges for current products. >>> the government says the nation's gross domestic product shrank for the first time in three years. it dropped in the 4th quarter. the president's christmases believe -- economickests said hurricane sandy played a roll. >> we have seen consistent job growth over almost three years. home prices are starting to climb back. consumer confidence has been rising rising and spending has been rising. >> lawmakers need to come up with a budget before automatic cuts kick in march 1. >>> on wall street today, it sent stocks down. the dow is down 44 to 13,910. the nasdaq is down 11 at 3,142. the s&p is down 5 at 1,501. >>> san jose valley veal is recalling more than a thousand pounds of veal because of possible e.coli contamination. a customer tested a shipment and reported results that were non-negative.
screen samsung. watch movies. >> you want to make phone calls. >> like the old days. >> the point does appear to be, i think credit suisse, somebody said, daunting challenge. fair? >> yes. >> the rest of the world has not stood still. >> the only reason, when the i phone came out, i switched the next day. i went over to verizon, said do you have it? it's not that, right? it's not a -- boom. omg. no omg. >> evolutionary. >> by the way, tomorrow is the big january jobs number. of course, that means another chance for you to nail the number. tweet us your predictions for january non-farm payrolls or handles at squawk street, #nail the number. the prize this month will make feel nice and cozy in time for valentine's day. it is a blanket, autographed by the "squawk on the street" gang. you will have one minute before the friday release to tweet your predictions. best of luck. none of us have used the blanket. >> pristine. pristine. which may be a draw, may not be a draw. i don't know. >> hold it. >> make a sweet valentine's day gift, i'm sure, for someone. >> also the end of the month, cram
♪ ♪ with a samsung galaxy ii from we straight talk wireless.one he'll get the same great nationwide coverage for half the cost. let's see if he notices. everyone noticed. joe saved $950 a year. enough to buy some sweet mother of glory pyrotechnics. rock on, abigail. rock on. same phones, same networks. half the cost. a samsung galaxy s ll with unlimited everything just $45 a month. straight talk wireless. only at walmart. just begin with america's favorite soups. bring out chicken broccoli alfredo. or best-ever meatloaf. go to campbellskitchen.com for recipes, plus a valuable coupon. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. ♪ [ male announcer ] it was designed to escape the ordinary. it feels like it can escape gravity. ♪ the 2013 c-class coupe. ♪ starting at $37,800. ♪ >> now, from abc7 news, good morning, celebrities will join 30,000 fans at mac world at san francisco's mascone center. ashton cupper will talk about his role in the film about steve jobs and discuss the future of technology. mike? >> we will start with visibility. we have fog up north. right on 101 from novato to quarter-mi
. and then companies like apple and samsung came in with fancy touch screen devices and took over the market. research in motion or blackberry as you mentioned has 4%. they had to get back in the game. touch screen is the way to go at least initially bill. >> shepard: you can have your personal stuff on one side of this and the work stuff on the other side. >> trying to collect everything. people have personal phone and then a work phone. this exactly this what my life is like too. they can't see each other. you can have g mail and personal account or work account on the same phone and nobody can cross over to the other side. it is meant to make your life easier. and that was what the intention of blackberry to begin with was all about. remember it came out with the blue berry. it was only email and then blackberry. this company started this category. created this category. then lost its way. it's trying to find its way back again. >> shepard: we will see. do it twice, that would be fascinating. thanks shibani. thousands of dollars hidden inside art gallery. he stashed a personal check 12,000 todd's d
's all good. >> samsung -- >> it's all good. we want to run business applications so our customers take better care of their customers. so they can provision applications on the mobile, make their customers happy and we secure those devices and those transactions so our customers are best-run businesses. my thing is the knowledge company. >> okay. >> if you think about the cloud big data and mobile and knowing more about the end-to-end value chain on how to connect with that customer, than any other company in the world, that's the knowledge company. that's s.a.p. >> so the knowledge company even works in an atmosphere like europe where obviously your numbers are as if europe's doing well. what happens to your numbers if europe actually does well itself? >> they go even higher. i mean, we grew 13% in europe. we grew five times faster than our nearest competitor. we're taking share from everybody. and if you look at our competitors, why are they losing? >> jim, why are they losing? >> why are they losing? because the eye has to be on innovation. you have to help companies grow. and in eu
phone and samsung's whole line of smartphones. president obama with a blackberry is more an exception. his daughters and their iphones are now the rule. for many holdouts, the attraction of the old blackberry was the keypad. they have been reluctant to give it up for touchscreens. in nbc news, this are plenty of holdouts. this is the nerve center of "nightly news." a blackberry there. one puns with an iphone in the corner. the anchor and managing editor, he uses both. >> i would like to, like the reese's peanut butter commercial, combine these two devices. >> reporter: turns out using both isn't uncommon. >> i use both of them interchangeably. sometimes a matter of which one i can find in my purse. >> reporter: nbc luck russert found a lot of dual users on capitol hill. >> reporter: how long have you had your blackberry? >> probably 10 years an iphone about five. >> reporter: why do you hold on to both of them? >> the iphone personal and blackberry for work because the iphone can't handle a high volume of e-mail when it's time sensitive. >> reporter: blackberry says it has the solution, the same rel
phone -- >> soon to be samsung. >> barnicle, you've got an abacus, i've got an iphone, but there's two laptops. that's the way it's going. if facebook can't monetize that rather than that, they're going to be in trouble. you figure this out, folks, you're in good shape. >> so we've got iphones around here. does blackberry have a shot of get back? >> good job, by the way, they changed their name from research in motion officially to blackberry. their share has gone from 44% to 2. are you willing to carry around two devices? that's it. we're all locked into ecosystems. >> i see a lot of people carrying around two devices. >> that's because corporate devices give it to them. now they're allowing it all on this. i've got one device. that's their challenge. >> i want one device with one charger, one type of charger, and i want the device to not -- >> and i want one ring to rule them all. "lord of the rings" reference, mika. >> brian sullivan, thank you so much, for whatever you just did. you can catch brian on cnbc's "street signs" wednesday weekdays at 2:00 p.m. on tomorrow's show, from the academ
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